Midcoast Lens: Ice on the harbor

Feb 20, 2013
Photo by: Bane Okholm A chunk of ice encircles a mooring line in Camden Harbor Feb. 19.

Ice melting in Camden Harbor Feb. 19 created constantly evolving crystalline structures.

Stalactites of ice hang from a schooner docked in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Tentacles of ice are reflected in the waters of Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Ice forms jagged teeth on a Camden Harbor dock Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Translucent beads of ice drip from a Camden Harbor schooner Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Ice collects on the belly of a schooner docked in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A chandelier of ice hangs from a Camden Harbor dock Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
An array of ice floats in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A small feather is trapped in ice beneath a Camden Harbor schooner Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Ice forms a miniature glacier beneath the stern of a schooner docked in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Ice cascades from a Camden Harbor dock Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Icicles dissolve into the briny waters of Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Dislodged icicles navigate past the reflection of a schooner in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A chunk of ice floats in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Beads of ice nudge against seaweed in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A block of ice hangs on a mooring line in Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
A block of ice is reflected in the waters of Camden Harbor Feb. 19. (Photo by: Bane Okholm)
Comments (3)
Posted by: delores i essency | Feb 21, 2013 07:14

beautiful and imaginative, great job Bane!



Posted by: Jeff Grinnell | Feb 20, 2013 14:03

Bane this is National Geographic quality photography. You capture nature in way that is very unique. Excellent work!!! What an asset to the Herald...



Posted by: Thomas Quinn | Feb 20, 2013 13:15

Awesome shots.  A very unique perspective of the harbor.  Lots of things that most people do not notice



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